Paul Walker’s E36 BMW M3 just sold for $385,000
Paul Walker’s entire collection features 21 cars, trucks, and motorcycles from three continents. The 1995 E36 (with just 4,600 miles on the odometer) was the bright star of the lot, selling for $385,000. The other four M3s sold for between $220,000 to $258,500 apiece.
Other notable vehicles from the collections were:
2009 Nissan 370Z – sold for $105,600
1989 Nissan Skyline R32 – sold for $100,100
2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302S – sold for $95,700
2008 Suzuki DR-Z400SM motorcycle – sold for $3,850
1995 BMW M3 E36 – sold for $385,000
Lincoln Bests BMW, Audi, and Mercedes-Benz in Residuals
Lincoln Motor Co.’s residual values have surpassed those of the three biggest German luxury makes, which is a significant milestone born out of a patient, consistent product strategy, and an injection of analytics into sales and marketing operations. The trend, which coincided with the brand adding more crossovers to its lineup, is likely to continue, given last week’s news that Lincoln is discontinuing the MKZ sedan and co-developing a luxury electric vehicle with startup Rivian.
Subaru’s New Hybrid XV is Called the e-Boxer
Much like its Forester big brother, the hybrid XV is built on Subaru’s Global Platform and features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder Boxer engine connected to an electric motor and a small lithium-ion battery.
Hailie Deegan Moves to Ford Development Program
Hailie Deegan (18) had two wins and finished third in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2019. Earlier in January, Ford Performance announced details on the rising star’s driver development program, ensuring that the next steps of Deegan’s stock-car racing career will be made with the automaker’s backing
Honda E Type R Might Come in the Near Future
The Honda E (electric) car will go on sale in Europe this summer, and despite a previous statement, a Type R variant (rendered above) may join the lineup in the future. Prices for the Honda E begin at $37,120 in Germany (€33,470) before incentives.